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class as well. it would probably work. but it is a huge controversy from the taxes. ... thank you for taking my call. independent because most of us americans have caught onto the big blame game. , andeach blame each other basically they are on the same team. they have different ways to go about it. my main problem is the epa. we are giving him close to $8 million, and it'll do nothing for us. they let the fracking industry go unregulated, they let solar management go unregulated. they are spraying our skies, trying to dim the sun to fight global warming. nobody knows about it. 02 global sky watch and you can find out all aut i i o knowre i i want to know where is the epa protecting us from this, his name is david frum nasa and he wants to spray and he has been spraying our sunlight dependent. >> host: zachary goldfarb, i know you don't cover epa specifically but the president, climate change is part of the agenda this year. >> guest: that's right and the president is putting money into funding and he proposes billions of dollars for climate research and for related endeavors. epa
too much, borrows too much, and taxes too much. it reflects says america's priorities to create jobs, strengthen the middle class, and build an economy that creates opportunity for all. went to theell floor yesterday and talked about the president's budget proposal. he said it is not a serious document. [video clip] >> it will probably never past the democratic led senate. in some sense, that is the point. rather than put together a constructive blueprint both parties could use to get the economy moving, the president is opting for the political stunt for a budget that is more about andng up the base in election-year. it would increase taxes by over $1 trillion in the worst economic slowdown anyone can remember. it would explode spending by $790 billion, forcing us to borrow more money. it would do almost nothing to threatsthe serious facing our children's futures and does not come close to balancing this year. mitch mcconnell talking about the 2015 budget proposal. congress will take up budget proposals and will decide what gets spent. "the washington post" tweeted this -- it would
for over 50 years. last may we learned that the i.r.s. targeted conservative groups seeking tax exempt status. for over ninth months committee investigators have reviewed hundreds of thousands of internal i.r.s. documents and interviewed i.r.s. officials regarding the targeting. our investigation is not yet over and the ways and means committee continues to wait for the i.r.s. to turn over lowest learners emails. despite the ongoing investigations both in congress and by the inspector general, last november treasury rushed forward with proposed new regulations to stifle 501-c-4 groups upending rules that have been in place for over half a century. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman have is recognized. -- the gentleman is correct. the house will come to order. please take all conversations off the floor, please clear the . sles the gentleman from michigan is recognized. mr. camp: under the proposed rule social welfare organizations will face additional unprecedented scrutiny for engaging in the bows basic unpartisan political activity. such as organizing nonpartisan get out the vote
complete conservative not just conservative on some issues and tax cuts and so forth but on social and economic issues. so as ashley said in this book i laid out 11 principles of the conservatism and i don't know how i came up with the love and other than i laid out the principles and stopped and counted and there were 11. some people said you should do ten and make it the ten commandments. i would have to combine them but there's lots time, there's 11. there is 12, make it a dozen. even within is an odd number. i got 11 and i don't want to combine any of them. so here they are in the there will be a quiz at the end of this. make sure you take notes. you have a cheat sheet in the book and on c-span you can rewind it. but i will rattle them off. freedom, faith, family, sanctity of human life, american exceptionalism, the founders, wisdom and vision, lower taxes, limited government, peace through strength of anti-communism and a belief in the individual. those are the 11. i won't have time to go through all the living of thes love andt i'm going to try to go through a few and check t
for spending including new initiatives for early childhood education, job training programs, expanding tax credits, and tax cuts as well. also, new funding for infrastructure. thethese ideas says -- president says is important for getting the economy to move in the right direction. >> it is a roadmap for creating jobs with good wages. at a time where deficit has been cut in half, it allows us to meet our obligations to future generations without leaving them a mountain of debt. >> republicans including john boehner called his budget the most irresponsible yet. they believe this is a campaign move that includes a whole host of issues that democrats like to campaign on on this midterm election year. this budget and the eyes of republicans and some democrats -- they are going to make some big changes. with the president has put the paper will change pretty quickly. >> thank you very much, peter cook. let's move on to media. the big story today was the entertainment network epix is joining the time warner cable family. it will be launched nationally on march 18. joining us to talk about this d
at the president's budget, you see an earned income tax credit. that is being offered by the president as something that should be expanded. if you look at the poverty report monday, he praises the earned income tax credit. republicans have different views. use all marco rubio in the senate talk about killing the program. marco rubio in the senate talking about killing the program. the earned income tax credit, which the president wants to expand, was really a republican proposal a few decades ago. republicans like having people work and having people reported for work. this could be an area where there are twin carried -- tinkering. expand the like to tax reduction for families who have children. republicans have been focusing on this for the past year. mike lee, one of the most conservative members has been talking about using the tax credit as the core of what republicans have. see at least two areas there could be talks. credits, we are seeing political messaging more than anything else. host: what are the expectations for how the budget process is going to work on capitol hill? will the senate
from american tax collectors. it's the stuff of countless spy novels but senators say it it's all too real. $12 billion hidden away in suisse bank accounts, none of it taxed. top creditors of credit suisse accused of helping u.s. customers evade taxes in hidden accounts and overseas shell companies. brady doingen was contrite. >> credit suisse management team regrets deeply despite the industry leading measures we put in place we had suisse bank private bankers who appear to have violated u.s. law. >> doingen blamed a small group, and whoever is to blame, their methods were cloak and dagger. bank statements were slipped into a copy of "sports illustrated" and handed to a client. and in in an airport where clients never had to leave airport ground. after each transaction account statements were immediately shredded. it was all done without filing any u.s. tax. >> the jigs is up. >> senators want client names, but creditors say they're squeezed between u.s. and suisse law. >> you think you're going to be convicted in a suisse court. is the suisse government going to prosecute you if you
suisse today after a senate board accused the bank for helping americans evade millions in taxes. helping hide as as it is from the government. so far the government has learned of 228 account holders. credit suisse agreed to pay a fine for violating u.s. securities laws. mike viqueira on capitol hill, there were sharp exchanges in that senate banking sub committee hearing room today. >> reporter: you're absolutely right because that investigative committee of the united states senate spent a lot of years looking into the swiss banks, sending billions of dollars into secret accounts to try to aprovide paying taxes here in u.s. it appears certain suisse bankers have nothing--james bond has nothing on suisse bankers. >> reporter: it's the stuff of countless spy novels by some senators say it's all too real. as much as $12 billion hidden away in suisse bank accounts. all secret, none of it legal, none of it taxed. top officials of credit suisse, called before a senate panel accused in a congressional report of helping 19,000 u.s. customers evade taxes through hidden accounts and ov
and a entertain our businesses as and transform from a payroll tax to another tax system and low encourage job creation. he will be asked to step out of the traditional you've got to get it done and how do we help you do get under and city maintain and create jobs in the city. i'm here to say thank you jose to really let everybody you know how appreciative i've been 0 o and lucky to have you as a leader in our financial literacy captain. ooip i've been lucky to inherit a movement gavin was there before me and a visionary and i still get his council as he goes across california doing great things in education. gavin i say thank you that f in your new really as lieutenant governor everything we've accomplished we get a national and state audience because of the work you've done. with that our visiony and former mayor now lieutenant governor gavin newsom. >> (clapping.) >> thank you. obviously, we have the same speech writer i have nothing else to say about jose wonderful work and thank you for covering the base is. i ran over to college and wondered what happened to terminate limits that's bee
battle over reigning in. preventing the tax agency to ask groups specifically for their political, religious or social beliefs. instead the administration actually wants to expand the irs' ctrol over those kind of organizations. shld we rein in the power or give it more? let's go in focus. steve, do we really want to give the irs even more power? >> no. we should be giving it less. they are engaged in suppression, coverup and engaged in trying to make sure that groups don't go against the democrats in 2014 and 2012. brazenly after being found out of doing suppression in 2012, they are now putting in former regulations, 100,000 came in against the regs, including liberal groups like the aclu. republicans can use it against them shday. >> that's a good point. even the ac is against that. >> i don't think that's what these regulationsre about. look, if you want to -- accolish a 501 (c) status, i don't think it is appropriate. anybody that's welcomed to give money to a political group, political groups are not being squelched in any way. the difference is that will th donors be discl
care. irs telling people they will face shared responsibility tax. melissa francis is here to talk about all of. that how are you. good day to you. what is the warning from the white house? >> they want you to know when you file your tax return next year they will look back at this year starting in january and wanting to make sure that everyone has had insurance every month and if not, you are going to face a penalty when you file your tax return. and you think you are safe, there is a lot of confusion and didn't have insurance, they want you to know that you will face a penalty for the january month that went by? >> what is the penalty. one percent of the house hold or 95 per dult plus 47.50 up to $285. which ever is higher that is going to pay. over time it is going up to 2.5 percent of the adjusted gross income or 2085 which is higher? >> and some people call it a tax. no, no. it is not a nice word. you don't like tax. it is shared responsibility payment. it is your responsibility and mine and theires is going to help you share your dollars with the rest of the country. so now t
not been asked. i will cooperate in any way that i can if i am asked. stuart: have you achieved the tax status that you requested? stuart: you will not be intimidated in this year's midterm elections. >> we are intimidated by these new rules that have come out by the irs. these new rules will shut us down as a tea party group. stuart: really? they are significant enough to shut you down? >> absolutely. from now on, we cannot have debate or candidate forums within 60 days of a general election or 30 days of a primary. we cannot put anything in an e-mail, website, we can no longer do scorecards. this is the heart of what we do. it will jeopardize our tax status. stuart: becky, thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me on. stuart: let's get to the markets. where are we? ninety-eight minutes. we did get some employment numbers. right now, virtually no movement. the record closes 1873. a couple of stocks that we are watching for you very carefully. we saw a lot of guns. it seems to me that the market is telling people want to buy weapons that can be concealed. >> yes. stuart: you
. reagan was really the total, complete conservative. not just conservative on, you know, some issues, tax cuts and so forth, but on both social and economic issues. all right. so as ashley said, in this book i lay out 11 principles of reagan conservativism, and i don't know how i came up with 11 other than i just laid out these principles, and i stopped and counted, and there were 11. some people said, well, you should do ten. make it like the ten commandments -- well, i'd have to combine them. there aren't ten, there's 11. well, 12, 11 is an odd number. this is what i got. i got 11, and i don't want to combine any of them, so i've got 11 principles. all right, so here they are, and there will be a quiz at the end of this. [laughter] so make sure you take notes quick. actually, you have a cheat sheet in the book, right? and on c-span you've got a dvr, so you can rewind it. but i'll rattle them off quick. freedom, faith, family, sanctity and dignity of human life, american exceptionalism, the founders' wisdom and vision, lower taxes, limited government, peace through strength, anticommunis
, according to the cbo, of revenue over five years. so it pays for itself. it is not a tax because it, it pays for itself only for those within the national flood insurance program. so if you're not in a flood zone and you don't have flood insurance, this doesn't affect you. but if you are in the flood insurance program and your primary residence you will pay a user fee to pay in the program of $25 a year. very reasonable. that will pay for the program. gerri: i got it tell you, 200 million over five years? that doesn't do anything over4 billion in debt the program is already n how will we pay that off? >> well it is still better than nothing. had we done nothing, there wouldn't be 165 million toward that debt. that is number one. second thing that number is not completely accurate. people don't tell you against the bill, every time there was ever a surplus in the flood insurance program, that surplus was raided and used for the general spending of government. you will always be at somewhat deficit keep raiding any year there is surplus. that is unone of the problems -- gerri: how long has it
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banks in particularly. american tax cheats spent million. >> a report if a senate investigative committee, leers in the making. if you go through the pages james bond has nothing on the swiss banks. some senators say it's too real. as much as $12 billion hidden away. secret and none taxed >> top officials of credit swiss called before a senate panel accused of helping 19,000 u.s. customers evade taxes. in testimony their c.e.o. was contrite. >> the management team regrets despite the leading industry compliant members, we had swiss bank private bankers who may have convened american law. >> he blamed is small group. their methods from cloak and dagger. bank statements were slipped into the pages of sports illustrated, a client where they never left grounds, a remote controlled elevato with no but jobles. and after each traction account statements shredded. >> the jig is up. >> senators want client names. bank officials say they are squeezed. >> do you think you'll be convicted in a swiss court. will the swiss government convict you if you comply with the laws. will you be prosec
had pushed infrastructure in 2009 instead of the failed obamacare. plan includes closing tax loopholes to help pay for projects. this is what they report in "wall street journal." lands to improve roads, bridges, and tunnels received a laid as president obama out a proposal for infrastructure upgrades, paid for by unspecified changes to the tax code. the question of how to pay for the work remains sticky. numbers of both parties have pointed to tax code changes as a financing source. the speaker of the house said we have to find funding mechanisms to fund our infrastructure needs. the hunt has been on for the last year to find the funding source. i wish i could report that we had found it, but we haven't. he also said that he and mr. obama discussed the country's infrastructure problems, but did not come to an agreement. mr. camp would raise money through a one-time tax on corporate overseas profits as part of a transition to a new international tax system. here is dave camp talking about his tax reform proposal. [video clip] >> we must enact real, meaningful tax reform. i am releasing
argued that the task code -- tax code is riddled with complicate loopholes that make it harder to invest here and encourage companies to keep profits abroad. last summer i offered a proposed -- proposal to couple business tax reform with critical investments in infrastructure. this budget includes that proposal using the transition revenue that will result from a shift to a simpler, more efficient tax code to create rebounding -- jobs rebounding, our roads and bridges and unclogging our communities. because in today's global conomy, first class jobs dwravetate to first class infrastructure -- gravitate to first class infrastructure and at times this budget lays out how mied a strailings will continue to act it cut red tape and stream line the permitting process for key projects so we can get more construction workers on the jobs as fast as possible. also have the chance right now to beat other countries in the race for the next wave of high-tech manufacturing jobs. my administration has already launched four hubs of high-tech manufacturing where we connect to businesses to research unive
, totaling almost $4 trillion. it includes new tax hikes to offset additional spending for education and job-training. but republicans say it does nothing to address the nation's fiscal challenges. we'll discuss its approach to helping low income americans, later in the program. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is warning the u.s. and the world against letting iran go ahead with any part of its nuclear program: he spoke in washington, a day after meeting with president obama. >> the leading powers of the world are talking about leaving iran with the capability to enrich uranium. i hope they don't do that because that would be a grave error. it would leave iran as a threshold nuclear power. >> woodruff: netanyahu also said that far from easing sanctions on iran, the world should increase them. he also urged the palestinians to recognize israel as a jewish state, if they really want peace. the process of removing syria's chemical weapons is picking up pace. the dutch diplomat overseeing the operation said today the assad regime has handed over six shipments of toxic agents. she spoke
writing about. this week is the new republican tax proposal coming specifically from congressman dave camp. and i got to tell you from my perspective, i was not expecting much from this proposal. i was expecting a lot more, you know, let's find an excuse to lower taxes on the rich and possibly raise them on the poor. i was really surprised by how serious this proposal was, how well thought out, the analysis done so far show it is it actually raises overall the tax burden a bit on the wealthy and lowers it in particular on the middle class. and overall, basically keeps the existing progress siivity of th tax company. i know there is stuff you and i don't love, but this is a serious proposal. do you think that we should use this as the basis to start negotiations on reforming our tax code? >> i personally think that it would be -- it would kind of scramble the politics for the mid it terms and also be a good idea on the merits for democrats to actually try to engage in the bill because it actually gets in to the mayor rove trrow of the actually try to engage in the bill because it actually g
. the majority of the accounts weren't reported for tax purposes to the irs. and the fed wants more information from troubled bitcoin exchange mt. gox, the "wall street journal" saying mt. gox received a subpoena from federal prosecutors in new york last month to preserve certain documents once the world's biggest bitcoin exchange mt. dpox has gone offline. the business is at a turning point, there's a lot of worry the entire business may be bankrupt and gone forever. the controversy surrounding mt. gox putting a lot of pressure on bitcoin prices, $597.75 is where things are trading now. that was a stock, almost like a stock, it's not a real currency sorry to say, joe. >> now you tell us. >> now. >> now you tell us. >> i am not a bitcoin fan. i believe electronic currency of some sort may flourish in some way. i don't know if bitcoin is the way. >> i thought you were a bitcoin advocate. if now your' saying -- >> i'm fascinated by the conversation around bitcoin. >> you know i'm needling you because you have talked about it a lot. i hope no one mistook what you were saying for like an endorsemen
and recidivism, and enhance justice and fairness, and save tax taxpayer dollars which is a win, win, win. states that have been successful in working in this area have looked at changes to their sentencing policies and the same way that legislation that i know you and mr. scott have cosponsored. and with regard to re-entry of ex-offenders. michigan, for example, through their prisoner re-entry initiative, has slashed their budget for corrections and has reduced the overall number of beds that are available. so there are lots of great ideas in the states and i'm starting to see them at the federal level. >> several mentions of mandatory minimums. how do this coincide with the smart on crimes approach. >> the legislative trends we're seeing in congress, with the smart sentencing act, starting to take that question head on. i was actually very positive -- a couple weeks ago i now you, mr. scott, were present at roundtable in which attorney general eric holder, senator mike lee, senator rand paul, participated in a discussion about these very issues, mandatory minimum sentences and all of the aforem
to be fair trade or free trade. we don't need free trade what we need is fair trade. the tax policies, certainly we see this in the kind of tax breaks that are out there, does the oil industry need additional tax brecks? do they need to be -- their incomes, which are the largest profits in the world, do they need to be supplemented with american taxpayer money? right now they are. the big five, $6 billion a year of american taxpayer money, going to them. we talk about tax policy, we talk energy policy, but i want to focus this evening on these two issues. labor and education. leaving aseed the research issue, which is fundamental to future economic growth because you have to be ahead and that's where the research comes and the infrastructure, which i'll weave into this but i want to focus on labor and education. and i want to focus on a very important part of this equation. this very important part about the middle class. and those who want to be in the middle class. specifically, i want to talk about women. and i want to talk about a women's economic agenda. about why this is critica
of both parties, tax reform. the republican version will be officially unveiled tomorrow by the chairman of the house ways and means committee, but the leaders of both parties in the senate held out no hope for getting tax reform done this year. joining me now is msnbc policy analyst ezra klein and david corn, washington bureau chief for mother jones. it looked to me like john boehner had exactly one thing on his mind when he left the white house. i've got to go out on the house floor and prove to my fellow republicans that i am still one of them, even though i was in the room with that guy for about an hour. >> i thought you were going to say golf. i'm glad the guys are talking, but i think we've come to really complete paralysis here in washington. and not surprisingly, i kblam the republicans for much of that. whether it's immigration reform, tax reform, here's some of the things of substance. both parties now are figuring out what to do in terms of having something to talk about for the midterm elections this coming november. there is not a single legislative policy check that boehne
for the tax rates to pay for that. most definitely. caller: our roads are awful. we have a lot of state roads. repair work would really help. where else do you see jobs available besides infrastructure spending? where else do you think the government can help create jobs? caller: i think in the technology,system, private sector. help bringons would about income to a level of being able to take care of your family, cover your living expenses. if that was not for unions, we would not be able to watch you on television right now. so they can rip off citizens and keep low wages and make big profits. thank you. calling in from philadelphia, pennsylvania. fish and sam says the president's budget should be how not to spend others money. also, dean writes in, too bad the gop will kill his budget. are they totally heartless? commentspage, several on that. allen writes in on her thoughts on the president's budget plan. she says stop messing around with other people's lives. we will continue to bring you comments. we want to hear you on the phone. the phone lines are open. ruben in philly on the line fo
: this rallies the base and expands college access and education for young, poor kids and expanding tax cuts for those in poverty and similar measures the democrats ran on and appreciate. it is a policy document used as a tool for 2015-2016 the final years of the obama presidency. we wants to get something done before leaving. he is figure out a policy plan for the final two years. >> host: is it realistic this plan can get through congress? >> guest: no, i don't think anyone expects the entire budget will pass. i don't think that is that has ever happened. but some things might have opportunity for bipartisan compromise. the business tax code reform would generate revenue to build bridges and roads and generate jobs and that is similar to a proposal that dave camp, the chairman of the house released last week. so ideas in the budget could be ground for compromise. >> host: does he indicate where he is going to act alone? >> guest: there is not so much of that. the president has a robust executive action plan he is implementing and he is taking action and has many more this year. the whiteho
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: dozens of tax free zones across new york state. move here. expand here. or start a new business here... and pay no taxes for 10 years. with new jobs, new opportunities and a new tax free plan. there's only one way for your business to go. up. find out if your business can qualify at start-upny.com >> our mayor is a great guy, he's an excellent mayor. this is eric garcetti meeting some supporters. and there is you. [laughter] >> eric garcetti holding someone's baby, there is rob for the holding someone's baby. neil: not only is the toronto mayor popular there, but here as well. he's popular in toronto. his poll numbers are looking better. maybe because traumas economy is looking better. maybe thanks to the crazy mayor that cut taxes and rules and regulations. they are standing by loyal to achieve. a lesson for our president. it is time for no pain and no gain. got a message that is resonating with our big i? >> it's not resonating. it's one thing to give flowery speeches. at some point you must deliver. let's be honest. even people that are wholeheartedly behind obama -- [laughter] th
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it is the best poverty fighting idea the government has had in decades. the earned income tax credit. now president obama wants to expand it. in aore, let's bring senior economist for bloomberg government, which analyzes how policy decisions affect business. the earned income tax credit or raising the minimum wage, which works better? going to answer that question specifically. i'm going to tell you why people like the earned income tax credit. they like it because it encourages work. pullingsponsible for six and a half million people out of poverty in 2012, 3.3 million that were children. support ratetisan it has the effect the democrats like any incentives that republicans like. >> you are punting and not answering that. for the sake of argument, run through the things that people like about raising the minimum wage. we have seen that those receiving minimum wage at a higher level feel good about their lives and feel like they don't have to work two jobs anymore, and there are all these psychological benefits that have knock off effects which other economists describe as positive. >> th
pushing for one of the steepest sales taxes in the bay area. >> please don't tell me they're going to raise it again. >> the tradeoff that supporters say would be worth the sacrifice. >> he says he spotted a burglar in his backyard. >> i wasn't thinking straight. >> how a risky confrontation came to a dramatic end. >> after the break, mourning a classmate killed by a train. the fateful decision that cost a young girl her life. >>> critics call uber the wild west. some cities are looking to crackdown on how many vehicles are providing services through ridesharing apps. seattle is working to cap the number of uber, and lift cars on the road at any given time. amber lee is in san francisco, where one city leader says regulation might be enough to improve public safety here. >> reporter: holding a public hearing here at city hall thursday. he wants to discuss ways to regulate this industry. >> on a cold, wet night like this. people are anxious to get home. a quick tap on an app, such as uber, or lift can get you a ride. >> it tells me that there's an increase, due to prime time, and i
on sale on amazon. they will need to pay taxes on the wealth, likely a million. but they don't want to change their lifestyle and will donate to charity and keep a few coins as keepsakes. >> good for them. that is a great story. don't you want to know the background of who actually put those coins in those canisters and hid them? i wonder why. it would be interesting if they go figure it out. >> it is big mystery >> i'm going to go home and dig up the backyard. >> you never know what you wofi will find. >> new action in the irs profiling scandal. who the lawmakers are hearing from now. plus, president obama with his on the economy taking his job push on the road. and we will talk to senator john thune about it all. thune about it all. that allows you to eat all that you can. filled with water. and the best dot com for booking hotels, is hotels.com. it's on the internet, but you probably knew that. or maybe not, i don't really know you. bellman: welcome back, captain obvious. captain obvious: yes i am. all those words are spelled correctly. jenna: well the president heading to minnea
look to need to move to florida? we like the fact there is no income tax, better weather, close to latin america. melissa: speaking my language. i singing my song, speaking my language. i would love that. we would move to florida in a heart beat. you're doing incredible things in your state that would make other states very envious. looking amazon moving to tampa, bringing more than 1,000 jobs with it. 300 million in capital. time warner moving to tampa, with 500 new jobs. 500 million in capital investment. what did you have to offer them to get that done? >> we're a great state. no income tax and we're a right-to-work state. gateway to latin america. we have five million multilingual speakers. brand new university doing science technology, engineering and math. we're talking to companies every day and they are clearly moving. people are moving here but companies are expanding. yesterday i was with a technology company that is adding over 100 jobs just in technology. but even the non-technology companies are moving here because of our technology. hertz, 700 jobs. average income,
as well as tax increase, republicans wanting lower taxes and less of that spending. they will fight it out in the midterm elections and then we may return to budget talks and some sort of accommodation in 2015. >> john, how real is the return of the conversation about tax and interest? i say it in part because it's in some of these bills, but also because the front page of the "wall street journal," see this right here, blowout call for big tycoons that talked about the payout for people like leon black, $560 million with his income, 465 for steven schwartzman and others. i do know it's been put back in some of the bills, but this has been a policy debate we've been talking about for about five years now. >> there's a lot of momentum behind this issue. i would not expect it to pass this year. one of the things that adds to its momentum in terms of the long-term, which we really get to a tax reform discussion which is not going to be this year, is that dave camp, the republican chairman of the ways and means committee, included this interest in his tax reform bill. the administration will h
the state who are dodging their tax payments. the agency released its list today of the top 500 sales and tax delinquencies and they owe $515 million. nine of the alleged tax yes are located in the 6 in -6z 6 in 6 bay area counties. toping this list statewide is a sacramento business registered as richard w.p. owing more than $3.8 million. coming in second, is kings dry wall supply. three-day blights incorporated in anaheim rounds out the top three. the bay area companies on this list include universal floor covering and hayward, north bay wellness group in santa rosa. a and a sales and marketing which does business and san jose's celebrity services. we posted the full list of the tax offenders on our website, ktvutv.com if you'd like to take a look at it. >> the transportation agency voted unanimously this afternoon to expand a pilot program that limits where oversized vehicles such as mobile homes are allowed to park overnight in the city. the program began last june after complaints from city residents who said the vehicle owners were littering, taking up parking spaces and causin
into the marketplace to shop for coverage are often surprised by. financial assistance is available in two forms. tax credits which reduce the cost of premiums and are available to anyone with incomes between 100% and 400% of the federal poverty level. cost sharing reductions are additional assistance available to a subset of those folks, between 100 and 250% of the federal poverty level and those cost sharing reductions fill in the gaps and deductibles and co-pays in health insurance product that people buy. so together tax credits and cautionary reductions provide the core of what the marketplace adds to the health insurance market that financial assistance making coverage affordable for lower and middle income families. to date 82% of the people who have enrolled in a plan through the health insurance marketplace are receiving financial assistance, tax credits orcusion nary re -- or cautionary reductions or both. that number started out low and we've seen tremendous exc acceleration and now the vast majority of people signing up are receiving financial assistance to make that coverage more afforda
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. >> well, except for the $1 trillion in new taxes, and he has not yet postponed the individual mandate. so if you don't have health insurance, you are going to face penalties starting next april that is one of the most unpopular parts. >> right. i forgot. you're right. all this stuff should be frozen. i'm not being partisan. i have no idea who will win the eek electric. all i'm saying is nobody likes this anymore. obama doesn't like this anymore. his advisers don't like it anymore. his supporters don't like it anymore. the next will be state-run single payer and that's got to be stopped. the president has already changed this 20 times, most of them illegally. obama is repealing obama care with his pen illegally. the voter should do this through the representatives in congress to make it legal. what the president is doing is against the rule of law. we've got to do this through the process. you're right. basically what he's doing is putting off the uncomfortable parts of this until he gets out of office to leave the mess for the next person. and leave the overall taxes. you've got to go bac
. tonko, will pick up the energy piece. but in the president's budget there are these key sectors, tax policy, education, research, infrastructure. let's start at the bottom and work to the top. the president's proposed a $305 billion, four-year transportation program for the united states. anybody that's driven today or east e west coast coast knows we have gridlock, we have transportation problems of all kinds. so the president comes forward with this major initiative, really a significant increase in what we have done in the past. he wants to focus it first on repairing what we already have. the pot holes, the bridges that have fallen down, and others that might. saying, let's get do that. and then he goes about building the more modern transportation systems that we need, expanding our highway program, but also the rail systems, the inner city rail, the intercity rails nd the street cars and other kinds of mass transportation systems. very, very important. and he proposes how we pay for it. he says, we ought not give the oil companies a -- the big four -- a $5 billion annual tax b
're up early. up lat thinking up game-chaing ideas, ke this: dozens of tax free zones across new yorate. move here. expand here. or start a new business here... and pay no taxes for 10 years. with new jobs, new opportunities and a new tax free plan. there's only one way for your business to go. up. find out if your business can qualify at start-upny.com >> from our fox business studios in new york, herr is gerri willis. gerri: the top u.s. consumer watchdog is calling for a move that will shake up the consumer financial protection bureau. the concern about people's access to accurate credit information has led them to urge banks to give free copies of credit scores. not reports that scores, to consumers. here to win is the president of capital management her in line, welcome to the show. what do you make of this? they're arguing that people need access to their credit scores. >> certainly. you have your credit report and your fica scored. you might get to climb because you're tran-fives for as little so did have access to information so the individual most entire picture. less than 20%
, white americans left these cities. they'll flee away from taxes, crime, whatever. and went to suburbia. it followed them. they said why are we spending three hours a day on the long island expressway? let's move back into these cities. so for me it's about people get displaced. where the black population of new york city has declined. the hispanic or puerto rican population of new york city has declined. it's about having affordable housing so people whoever they are can live in new york city. and it's not just new york. d.c. used to be called chocolate city. chicago, they knocked down the cabrini green projects and now black people are stuck on the projects outside of chicago. >> sorry. isn't this something that has happened to in every generation to all sorts of different groups? little italy in new york has gotten smaller as parts of chinatown have grown and other neighborhoods have grown. one an area that used to be predominantly jewish then changes over to another ethnic group. you don't see this as something -- you think it's escalating? >> here's the difference, anderson. becaus
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," a capitol hill heavyweight tells nancy cordes about his new plan to revolutionize the tax code. >>> plus dr. david agus with the controversy over fertility treatment. does it go too far to stop birth defects? >>> we begin with this morning's "eye-opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> we saw the news that the storm was coming so we went down to the city yard to pick up sandbags. >> the west coast braces for a washout. southern californiaens loading up on supplies ahead two of pacific storms. >> many people worried about mudslides. >> water comes over, it looks like niagra falls. >> dropping temperatures from the midwest to the east, 20 to 30 degrees below normal. >> adding to the cold-weather problems, ice jams. >> you look at it and it's mass destruction. can't stop the ice. >> jan brewer won't say if she'll veto a controversial bill that allows arizona businesses to deny service to gays and lesbians. >> there's a lot of things we can bring into the state, and this just doesn't help at all in any of those. >> general motors links more deaths to a faulty ignition switch,
, there are talks about tax credits, there are talks about reducing the number on medicaid but allowing home to have vouchers so it depends on which alternative you're talking about. >> sure you'll talk much more about this later. jake tapper, many thanks. >> thank you. >>> other top stories we're following at 32 minutes past the hour, in arizona gay rights protesters say they will rally through the night as they call on the governor to veto a bill that is drawing national criticism. some lawmakers who voted for the bill proclaiming it protects religious rights. they are now seeking a veto citing new concerns over discrimination. >>> in the debate, yes, i heard all that but in the debate you hear arguments every day about this one is wrong, that one is wrong, and believed that kind of fit into my position that now when i look back on it, you know, they were right in what they were saying. i have friends in the democrat caucus that were warning me. but, you know, that was only the democratic caucus saying something, no one came to me before hand. >> so you actually believe looking at it now that it
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